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    How to restore Windows NT Datafiles Unix

    Please i hv a cold backup i want to restore in Unix, if i recreate new instance for this database and after restore if i create a new controle file, is that it works, or any Idea, please Give me sujession.

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    any way to restore Unix Datafiles in Windows

    please help me,

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    have you got a dba around who can help you? How much do you know about oracle

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    transport tablespaces between OS's but yeah where is your DBA?
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    Of course transportable tablespaces accross operating systems is only in 10gR2. If you are using something older than that you need to use export/import, a db_link, or sql loader. But you should get help from someone who knows how to do one of the above.
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    who needs a dba when lots of brilliant and helpful dba's are
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    What kind of backup? RMAN or OS level one?
    Thanx
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    Quote Originally Posted by gandolf989
    Of course transportable tablespaces accross operating systems is only in 10gR2.
    Actualy it is available since 10gR1.
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    Quote Originally Posted by jmodic
    Actualy it is available since 10gR1.
    Thats what I get for not checking the release docs first and instead relying on memory.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Rickibaba
    please help me,
    What is stopping you to use exp/imp?

    Tamil

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